It was not my intention to be writing this quick and easy chickpea burgers recipe. Had I not been in a panic this weekend with the realisation that I was off to a barbeque on Saturday and had forgotten I needed a vegan option, this recipe would not exist. How I Created my Quick and … Continue reading Quick and Easy Chickpea Burgers
If this last year has taught me anything, it's that although money shouldn't matter, it does. I used to struggle with money a lot, and although I am over most obstacles that I have had to face and am now financially stable, there will always be something that will turn up unexpectedly. The last two … Continue reading Healthy Finance: 5 Ways to become Financially Stable
If you know me, you will know that I'm a fairly confident person. When it comes to my womanhood, however, I know there was a time where I embraced it much more than I do now. In the last couple of years I have noticed that while I try to get a grip on my … Continue reading The Importance of Loving your Womanhood
This weekend I have been very busy, but I found a super easy meal prep for my lunches this week. Jambalaya! I’ve never made jambalaya before, let alone a vegan version, but I needed something quick and easy, and I had a recipe card from some supermarket and thought I’d see if I could do … Continue reading Easy Vegan Jambalaya Recipe
This is almost a week later than planned... Oops! Many of you have been asking me how Money Free March went. I wanted to write halfway through the month, but a lot has been going on and I feel like I have barely stopped! I didn't have much time to sit down and calculate my … Continue reading Money Free March… How did I do?
I dedicate this blog post to everyone who started off their fitness year strong before coming to a crashing halt. You hit the gym hard, drank every smoothie you found on Pinterest, "cleansed" your body from all the naughty snacks you devoured at Christmas and New Year... Then nothing. Hey, you're only human! In most … Continue reading Reasons to Love Zumba!
Being frugal is easy when you enjoy one pot wonders. Larry and I are big fans of our slow cooker, and tend to make most dinners that way. Though we both tend to follow recipes, I'm also rather drawn towards making it up as I go along, and this recipe is one of them. We … Continue reading Mexican Style Hotpot
I didn't think I would be writing another blog post about GiffGaff, but I'm really glad to be doing so. Last weekend I joined them at the Principle in Manchester for a day of all things frugal, followed by an in depth break down of their new Game plan service. Though I learned a fair … Continue reading Money Free March… and Another Day with GiffGaff Game plan
There are three key points in my blog tagline; happy, healthy and kinda broke. It's not just something I say to look quirky and interesting. This blog focuses on living a happy and healthier lifestyle without breaking the bank, so when GiffGaff invited me to to Leeds to take part in their MoneyFit Challenge, there … Continue reading Getting Financially Fit with GiffGaff Gameplan
This is actually a recipe which I ended up changing almost completely from Simply Nigella. Hers was a butternut squash and halloumi burger, but I don’t really like butternut squash. Anyway, this is my own spin! Serves 4-6 Ingredients 1-2 sweet potatoes, depending on size and mouths to feed Sainsbury's Greek style vegan cheese wholemeal … Continue reading Sweet potato burgers